You always see something new even in a visit to the Phillips Collection (smaller than the National Gallery, for instance) in Washington, D.C. During a recent visit, the paintings by Raoul Dufy fascinated me. This watercolor of mine below is inspired by his painting called “Artist’s Studio”, which he completed in 1935. ( It reminds me that there is much still to uncover about Frame Innovation: New Thinking by Design, a book about design thinking which I touted on this blog a few months ago.) So, before long, this blog will return to the issue of “frame innovation”–which seems to have a lot to do with how to compose a picture, design a room, or develop clarity about complex things like, for instance, foreign policy! Let’s see what you think about design thinking!